Price: Php 40,000,000
Category: Leisure Development
House Size: 600
Lot Size: 2200
The Club's two 18-hole golf courses, The Legends and the Masters are the first ever golf courses designed by Jack Nicklaus in the Philippines. Both are designed for world-standard championship tournaments. The Legends Course was opened in October 1992 with a Tom Kite-John Daly Shootout, and has 7,093 yards, 3 lakes, 81 bunkers, and par 72.
The focal point of the Club facilities is the Main Clubhouse that is perched over the 18th green, the 10th hole and the 9th island green of the Masters Course.
The Club was officially introduced to the public on September 20, 1990.
The Masters Main Clubhouse has a reception area/lobby, a bag drop area, caddie station, proshop, Verandah Restaurant, an air-conditioned Mulligan's bar, a fine dining restaurant, men's and ladies locker rooms including sauna, jacuzzi, steam bath, massage room, parlor area. In addition, the Club also has a ballroom with 250 persons seating capacity and two function rooms with 30 persons seating capacity for the use of its members.
Adjacent to the Main Clubhouse is the Legends Clubhouse that is used for member-sponsored corporate tournaments; this is a fully-equipped and serviced facility.
Not far away from the Clubhouse is the Sports Clubhouse owned by the residential community but open to both residents and golfers.
There are 16 tennis courts at the Sports Club, as well as squash courts, badminton courts, a 12-lane bowling center and an extensive water park.
The Manila Southwoods Manor, a condotel found along Southwoods Avenue has first-class facilities, with suites and studio-type units overlooking the fairways.
Key achievements in environment/social activities:
- Southwoods is home to more than 100 species of birds from around 50 species in 1998; and nurtures around 300 species of plants and trees.
- Chosen as one of the bird release sites of the Wildlife Rescue Center, Protected Areas & Wildlife Bureau of the Department of Environment & Natural Resources (DENR-PAWB).
- First Southwoods members tree planting activity in observance of the World Environment Month using indigenous seedlings to improve biodiversity.
- overlooking Hole No. 9 and Clubhouse